Nonetheless, in the midst of all of this, I sometimes find myself wondering if it really matters who the president of the United States is.
This election was about disillusioned, privileged members of our nation family reasserting themselves and taking back a position.
Jon Snow tells it like it is.
Donald, give it a rest.
Mr. President now is the time to encourage and strengthen our nation.
Ah. There’s the pot calling the kettle black.
The Republican campaign tag line was “In your heart you know he’s right.” The Democratic response was “In your guts you know he’s nuts.”
Here’s the short list for the GOP death watch.
Here’s who we think might be trying to get on the ticket with Trump.
Whatever planet Trump is on, we can safely say it’s probably not Earth.
Where are the leaders in the Republican party? What are they thinking? What are their plans? Are they willing to take a stand for what they believe in—which I think is the true measure of leadership? Or are they going to passively allow an autocratic bully to highjack their party?
How “free” are we when we deny the youth of our nation their basic civil rights to make many of their own decisions in the guise of “protecting them”?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will both be detrimental to our nation.
Trump’s recent comments about abortions aren’t as surprising when looked at in the context of the Republican party’s treatment of women.
What political, national, and personal issues matter the most to Good Men?